[hackerspaces] Thread which I nominate for death: "Hacking the Spaces: A critical acclaim of what was, is and could be a hackerspace "

druid at stonedcoder.org druid at stonedcoder.org
Mon May 11 19:46:52 CEST 2009

I tend to agree with Erics sentiment, useless banter about politics has no 
place in my mailbox either. I like technology, and organizational theory, 
not pissing contests about what hackerspaces are and are not.

I think the original document was presumptious, and assumed authority over 
a topic still developing, where clearly that assumed authority ruffled a 
few feathers.

Second call for thread to die.


On Mon, 11 May 2009, Hellekin O. Wolf (/tmp/lab) wrote:

> On Mon 2009-05-11 at 10:33:03 -0700, 3ric Johanson wrote:
>> While some spaces are highly political, some are anti-political.
>> This thread seems to fly in the face of that core difference - - and
>> from where I sit:
>> I will simply un-sub from this list if it's full of banter which does
>> not enrich my life.
> *** With all due respect Eric, why don't you make a mail filter instead of
> threatening everyone else to unsubscribe from this list?
> ==
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